More Regulations and Legislation Features

  1. 5 Burning Questions On Uranium And Radium Removal
    10/17/2016

    High levels of radionuclides (uranium/radium/etc.) in drinking water aren’t very common, but they are very dangerous. If you’ve long dealt with radionuclides, you’re familiar with the treatment requirements — but are you treating as cost effectively as possible?

  2. New FDA Guidance On Regulatory Submissions in Electronic Format
    3/17/2015

    In December 2014, FDA released the finalized Guidance for Industry “Providing Regulatory Submissions in Electronic Format—Standardized Study Data.” In this webinar, Rob Woolson and Ben Vaughn will review key points in the guidance followed by a discussion of the implications for Sponsors currently conducting studies as well as those who will be starting new studies soon.

  3. Treatment Alternatives For PFCs
    7/4/2017

    Over the past two years, no groundwater issue has perhaps received as much community focus and attention as polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances like PFOA and PFOS, often referred to as perflourinated compounds (PFCs). The U.S. EPA issued a health advisory, limiting the amount of these compounds to 70 parts/trillion which kicked off a nationwide evaluation of local water sources.

  4. Thermal Mass Flow Meters For Greenhouse Gas Emissions Monitoring
    8/23/2016

    The U.S. EPA sets national ambient air quality and greenhouse gas emission standards to ensure public health. Thermal mass flow meters deliver a direct reading of mass flow rate of natural gas and other fuel gases — without temperature and pressure compensation — and provide a simple, reliable and cost-effective method for tracking and reporting fuel consumption.

  5. Mobile POS: Way More Than Marketing Hype
    8/15/2013

    Do you think mobile POS is just hype? Stephen Bergeron VP of global marketing at APG Cash Drawer compiled a strong argument to the contrary in his presentation “Mobility and Cash Transactions: Emerging Technology In Retail” at RSPA’s RetailNOW 2013 Aug. 4-7, 2013, in Las Vegas.

  6. Removal Of Disinfection By-Product With Chlorine Dioxide
    8/9/2016

    This municipality disinfects 1-1.5 million gallons per day of drinking water, and is currently transitioning from a small system serving <10,000 people to a large system serving >10,000 people. Chlorine gas was used as the primary disinfectant for the raw water entering the plant.

  7. Optimized Purity And Recovery Of A Monoclonal Antibody Using Mixed-Mode Chromatography Media
    10/3/2016

    Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) remain a predominant class of therapeutic protein products on the market because of their wide range of applications in disease treatment and diagnosis. Over the years, upstream technology advancements have helped improve the titer of target antibodies, from merely 1 g/L two decades ago to 10–13 g/L in fed-batch processes and up to 25 g/L in perfusion cultures today (Gronemeyer et al. 2014).

  8. Cyanotoxins Have Met Their Match
    3/30/2016

    In the summer of 2014, the threat of algal blooms made national headlines courtesy of an outbreak in Toledo, OH. Although it has been a wastewater treatment concern for years, the public reaction to the news has put nutrient removal at the top of mind for utilities across the country.

  9. Desalination Serves Coastal Argentine City
    6/30/2015

    When a series of water crises in 2014 disrupted conventional utility services in the coastal Argentine city of Caleta Olivia, the city needed a way to ensure an uninterrupted water supply.

  10. CA 71 With Ammonium And Nitrate Measurement
    11/2/2011
    Metro Waste Reclamation District is one of the largest wastewater treatment plants between the Mississippi River and the west coast. Treated water is discharged into the South Platte River, and contributes 90% of the river’s annual flow at the point of discharge.